IT Consulting, IT Support & IT Services in Temecula, Murrieta and Surrounding Areas

Mathis Consulting LLC is now open in Kyle TX

In 2012 Mathis Consulting I founded in the Temecula Valley to provide the highest level of computer support available to local small and medium businesses in the area and I succeeded.  We then became a full Managed Service Provider in 2017 as we had outgrown the break-fix model.  Now partly as a result of all the chaos of 2020, and our desire to help my brother with a church plant we decided to expand into Kyle Texas.

We will continue to fully support our customers in Sothern CA and my son James Mathis will be taking care of the onsite support while I work alongside the rest of our team in providing remote support.  The company is now reformed as an S Corp, Mathis Consulting LLC.

Where is Kyle Texas?

We are about 15 minutes south of Austin (20 minutes from the Austin international airport)

We are located right off the 35 freeway literally near everything.  The weather was supposed to a bit hot and humid but so far it is amazing… the food is incredible and people love America… so far we really love Texas.

How often will you be in California?

Given that my two oldest boys are still in Murrieta probably as often as I can.  The current plan is to visit about once per quarter but I am available within a day if something major comes up.

What can we do to help?

Aww so glad you asked.  We really need a few solid reviews on the new local pages to get them up and running strong.

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Thanks for all your support!

Mike Mathis

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